So, if you were an interested party on the morning of caucus Saturday, looking for your Republican location, you were sort of out of luck.
This includes on Republican Precinct Committee Officer from Olympia 15.
Now on the Democratic side, if a PCO didn't know where his caucus was weeks before, we would be screwed. Not only did we depend on that PCO to know where the caucus would be, but to bring with him or her a manila envelop full of paperwork so he could run the caucus. No so strict on the Republican side I guess.
But, this particular Republican PCO for Olympia 15 didn't let the failure of the internet stop him. He just went to a Democratic site and became a delegate for Obama:
I was all revved up to attend the Republican caucus as the PCO for the 215. Only I couldn’t find the place. The Thurston County Republican Party’s website was down all morning, and the information I had written down ahead of time–that I should go to the Madison Elementary School–did not appear to bear itself out in reality. I could not find the caucus’s location.Because there website failed, the Republicans lost a PCO who was "revved up" for the Republican caucus.
So I went with D to the Knox Administrative Center for the Democratic caucus instead.
Granted, this is a guy who became a Republican PCO through the Ron Paul campaign, and then disavowed Paul because of some of the Texas Congressman's more... uh... weird stands. Someone who probably should have been on our side anyway. But, a failure on their side nonetheless.